Charlotte Brontë: an evocative view of Bolton Abbey- Article by Elena Lago

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Last summer, with Selene and Serena, the creators of this blog, I had the pleasure to visit lovely Haworth, the village where the Brontë siblings lived. We wandered the moors all around the Parsonage and we also organized a trip to Bolton Abbey in North Yorkshire, about half an hour away by car from Haworth. …

Anne Brontë’s Life as a Governess – An Article by Maddalena de Leo

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Anne Brontë began to work as a governess on the 8th of April 1839. She reached Blake Hall, Mirfiel, on her own. She was in charge of the education of Joshua Cunliffe and Mary-7 and 5 years old-, older children of the Ingham family. It was a horrible experience that only lasted until the end …

Anne Brontë: the errors on the gravestone and birth certificate

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In 2016 during one of our journeys to Haworth we headed north, reached lovely York and then went to Scarborough, in the footsteps of Anne Brontë. As a matter of fact, after spending some days in the village were the Brontë sisters lived, we left the wuthering heights behind us, took a train and headed towards …

Blue Flower Pattern Dress-Treasures from the Brontë Parsonage Museum

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We are very proud to announce that also this year The Sisters’ Room is collaborating with the Brontë Parsonage Museum. On the last Friday of each month we will publish special contents curated by the experts of the museum.  Let’s have a look at what’s inside the closets, drawers and cupboards at the Parsonage. You will find in this section some of the objects that belonged …

Sweet Anne Bronte- An Article by Maddalena De Leo

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Always glad to be with her sisters, Anne Brontë had a quiet life based on love for the others; she had an enormous strength and she was willing to succeed in the difficult job of a governess that her sisters Charlotte and Emily had failed to do. God was the most important thing in the world …